Bridging the gap between faith and technology.

FaithTech is a growing movement of Christians interested in all things faith and technology. Our vision is to become a global hub for FaithTech conversations, integrations, and innovations.

What is FaithTech

FaithTech is a movement within cities bridging the gap between Faith and Technology. We are pioneering a new way to share the good news in an era driven by technology. We do three simple things: host innovative events, Faith@Work where we empower groups of Christians to meet regularly at their workplace, and FaithTech Labs where we discover, launch, and help grow tech companies focused on creating Kingdom-minded solutions to real world problems.


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Our story

Our story begins in one of the brightest tech hubs in the world, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Waterloo Region has the second highest start-up density in the world. It is home to the world-renowned University of Waterloo Engineering program. Waterloo is the fastest growing tech start-up ecosystem in Canada.

Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator (think Airbnb, Dropbox, Pinterest) said, "I think Waterloo is the most impressive up-and-coming startup city I've been to."

Enter the Local Church

We discovered a gap between Faith and Technology. Conversations on how theology interacts with technology. How the church is using emerging technology to advance the gospel. How the church provides resources and mentors to innovative social entrepreneurs. How Christians in tech were connecting. It was time to bridge the gap.

That's why we launched FaithTech

What People Say

Past Events

FaithTech events strive to be innovative, interactive, thought-provoking and force a multiplier for putting ideas into action. For example, we've launched Innovation Talks in the fall. The last FaithTech Innovation Talks was an inspiring night similar to TED talks, focused on inspiring the Christian community regarding technology innovation.

Innovation Talks 2016

Held at Vidyard HQ located in Kitchener, Ontario.

Events - Innovation Talks 2016

Aaron Thomson

Talks about Indigitous

Events - Aaron Thomson

Elle Pyke

A dreamer and a doer who is working hard to prove the two aren't mutually exclusive

Events Elle Pyke

Joel Auge & James Kelly

Founder and CEO of & Founder and Faith Tech visionary

Events - Joel Auge & James Kelly

Sold out event

A full house with standing room only, the first Innovation Talks was a success.

Events - Sold Out Event

Sheldon Kotyk

Director of The Life Project, a ministry of Power to Change

Events - Sheldon Kotyk

Tim Day

Executive Director of City Movement

Events - Tim Day

Thanks to our appreciated partners

Partner - Elevation Partner - Indigitous Crossroads Logo Color Partner - Radiant

Partner - zfactor